Sheet Music – £ – Contains 26 Chopin preludes edited by Ignacy Paderewski. PRELUDE IN C SHARP MINOR OP 28 #10 by CHOPIN, F; PRELUDE IN B MAJOR OP 28 #11 by CHOPIN, F; PRELUDE IN G SHARP MINOR OP 28 #12 by . Paderewski). The most The edition has been based primarily on Chopin’s autograph manuscripts, copies approved by him, and first editions. Preludes, CW.

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The Opus 10 Etudes were composed in — Ernst Schelling made a transcription, tending to veer towards over-grandiloquence in parts – it was recorded by Paderewski on 14 October Follow us on Twitter.

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Some items to consider. Some items to consider Brahms Symphony 4 Dvorak Symphony 9. Chopin National Edition 10A, Vol.

One of the finest versions. The piano roll version is so God-awful that it sounds like a very drunken and off-form Liberace trying to play it—and that is not an exaggeration.

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The cake itself is that delicious blend of tone and touch, and despite the sonic limitations the acoustic recordings paderewdki capture his sound-world with a fair degree of accuracy.

CDs of the present set are acoustic recordings and discs are electrical. It sounds like Paderewski, and only like Paderewski. Email required Address never made public.

Frederic Chopin – Preludes (26) (i) Paderewski

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here It accurately reproduced ONLY tempo and phrasing, but not at all tone or touch and only a minimum of dynamics contrasts. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. This in no way dampened his popularity. I believe that its accuracy is padetewski overrated.


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While this is still a good edition and features interesting finger suggestions, some of the editorial details are contentious.

My Uncle Mike, who joined the Army the year before Pearl Harbor happened, was lucky enough to be chosen as one of the pallbearers at his funeral, thus the pianist had an almost mythic reputation in my family, not just as a great pianist but as the leader of a free Poland. Click here to see the best edition for Chopin Nocturnes. The Best Editions for Chopin Nocturnes are ranked from top most recommended to bottom least recommended. Yet all these pianists, as well as some others from that era like Vladimir de Pachmann, Ignacy Friedman and Benno Moiseiwitschall worked hard on touch and tone in addition to musicality, and this is now completely lost in pianism since the end of World War II.

He is not narcoleptic, just poetic. Moment Musical in A-flat. Chopin National Edition 5A, Vol. Click here to see a sample of the national Edition Chopin Fantasies.

Hear, for instance, the way he makes the Chopin Berceuse float like zephyr but not numb you out like Sominex. For all its singing tone and floating quality, it was still a distinctively masculine sound, just that of a man who is trying to seduce his listeners rather than putting them to sleep.


The American critic James Gibbons Huneker commented: Yes, it is true that too much processing of the record suffocates the soft notes, making them sound a bit muddy, but giving the records more noise-scraping than Obert-Thorn allows, then adding a judicious amount of reverb and echo, helps restore at least a modicum of ambience to the playing of the one pianist most noted for using hall ambience to create his magic.

Some pianist find this to be troublesome. In addition to being a world-famous pianist, Paderewski was Prime Minister of Poland from January through November and, concurrently, Minister of Foreign Affairs from January to December of that year. Concerto in F minor Op. Click here to see padeeewski sample of the best edition for Chopin Preludes.

Two striking examples of this achievement of pastel shading and luminous tone production can be found in the acoustic of Chopin’s Berceuse in D flat Op. Immediately we hear not only a more technically assured but more stylish pianist: Impromptu in B-flat min. Without at least some room ambience, and particularly in those claustrophobic studios of yore, some of his careful pedaling effects and unusual style of playing the left hand slightly behind the right at times, were padereski.